The outlet used the (now changed) alarmist headline 'Global Lockdown Every Two Years Needed To Meet Paris CO2 Goals – Study'.
The piece refers to study published in the Nature journal by a team of researchers at the University of East Anglia, who concluded that CO2 emissions need to drop by the same amount as they have during the recent lockdown period "roughly every two years" in order to offset global warming.
The study did not advocate global lockdowns in order to achieve this, despite the Guardian's misleading headline. In fact it called for "completely different methods".
The headline was changed to the slightly less fear mongering 'Equivalent of Covid emissions drop needed every two years – study' after a backlash ensued.
After many climate alarmists began touting the environmental virtues of lockdowns last year, we warned that climate lockdowns would become a thing: